CAPE CANAVERAL—Nearly a year after a propellant leak suspended Boeing CST-100 Starliner launch abort motor tests, the company successfully put the repaired system through a series of static firings, including a 30-sec., full-duration run of the orbital maneuvering and attitude control ...

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